Bureau of Park Police & Fire Safety - Department of Public Safety

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Location:
Government Center
201 W. Front Street
Media,  PA 19063

Phone: 610-891-5000

Fax: 610-891-0569


PROUDLY PROTECTING AND SERVING THE PEOPLE OF THIS GREAT COUNTY WITH HONOR & INTEGRITY

COMMAND STAFF
KATHY LYNCH
SAFETY & SECURITY OPS MANAGER
KAREN DOUGHERTY
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
JOHN DEIHL
CAPTAIN OF POLICE
ADMINISTRATION & OPERATIONS DIVISION
ROGER JOSEPH
DETECTIVE / 1st LIEUTENANT
SPECIAL OPERATIONS DIVISION
LIEUTENANT RAYMOND BYRNE
AREA COMMANDER
LIEUTENANT PAM SULLIVAN
AREA COMMANDER
LIEUTENANT MICHAEL COLLINS
NIGHT WATCH COMMANDER
LIEUTENENAT ED CONROY
MIDNIGHT WATCH COMMANDER
SUPERVISORY STAFF
DETECTIVE/SERGEANT JAMES HARRITY
DETECTIVES
SERGEANT NICK DIBERARDO
PATROL
SERGEANT ROBERT BERKEY
PATROL
SERGEANT CHRIS CAHALL
PATROL
CORPORAL THOMAS MAHONEY
4X12 PATROL
CORPORAL BRIAN BROWN
PATROL
CORPORAL JASON WILLIAMS
MIDNIGHT PATROL (FIRE MARSHAL)
CORPORAL BOB CLEARY
DAY PATROL
CORPORAL CHARLES YOUNG
CHESTER WHARF
CORPORAL ANDREW FARINA
4X12 PATROL
CORPORAL NICHOLAS TRAMO
PATROL – YEADON SQUAD
DETECTIVE SQUAD
DETECTIVE CHRIS SINGLEY (JUVENILE AID UNIT)
DETECTIVE BRIAN MCNEILL (FIRE MARSHAL)

Mission Statement

The mission of the Delaware County Department of Public Safety Bureau of Park Police & Fire Safety is to provide and maintain a safe and peaceful environment for all County residents, visitors, employees, or any person utilizing County services and facilities. This service is provided at all County properties.

We stand committed in this mission to provide professional services to all we serve and those in need.

The highest priority is placed on public safety, the deterrence of crime, bringing to justice those who violate the law, and protection from fire and any other hazards.

The Bureau of Park Police & Fire Safety is further committed to provide initial and continued training, as well as staying current with new practices for all its employees.


About

The Delaware County Department of Public Safety, Bureau of Park Police & Fire Safety is responsible for providing protection for all county owned and or leased property and equipment. In addition, they are charged with providing physical protection to ensure a safe environment from crime, fire, or any hazards, for all persons utilizing county services and facilities. The department also has the responsibility of photographing and issuing identification cards to all county employees. The department maintains foot and vehicle patrols twenty four hours a day, seven days a week , throughout the year. The Delaware County Bureau of Park Police & Fire Safety have officers assigned at the following locations:

Courthouse & Government Center Complex

Fair Acres Complex

Chester Regional Court

Chester Division of Adult/Juvenile Probation

Eddystone Division of Children & Youth Services

Human Services Department in Upper Darby

Upper Darby Division of Adult/Juvenile Probation

Darby Twp. Division of Adult/Juvenile Probation & Emergency Services Training Center

All County owned Parks & Trails

Chester Wharf - Election Bureau

Health & Wellness Center Yeadon


Contact Information:

E-mail

Captain of Administration/Operations
John Deihl

(Acting) Captain of Special Operations/Detective Division
Roger Joseph

Police Secretary
Karen Dougherty


Mailing address

Delaware County Bureau of Park Police & Fire Safety
201 West Front Street
Media, Pa.19063


Phone List

General
(610) 891-5000

Superintendent’s Office
(610) 891-5000

Captain of Administration
(610) 891-5001

Acting Captain of Special Operations & Detectives
610-891-8272

Fair Acres Division
(610) 891-5926

Upper Darby Human Services
(610) 713-2504

Dispatch
(610) 891-5091

Fax
(610) 891-0569

Emergency
911



Contact Us

  •   201 West Front Street,
         Media, PA 19063
  •   8:30AM - 4:30PM
           Monday - Friday
  •   610-891-4000
  • webmaster@co.delaware.pa.us

About Delaware County

Delaware County, presently consisting of over 184 square miles divided into forty-nine municipalities is the oldest settled section of Pennsylvania.


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